Army Supply 2 - ArmySupply...

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Army Supply David Indie  MGMT 411 Logistics Management for Aviation/Aerospace Instructor:  Bill Teeple  Class location: Mather http://www.greenvillearmystore.com/about_us.htm
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Table of Contents Brief description of the Army Facts about the company  Logistics management  Maintenance  Procurement  Transportation  Packaging  Material handling  Inventory management  Modification management  Warehousing  Integrated logistics support  Global logistics My opinion/conclusion Reference list
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Brief description/U.S. Army Uncle Sam Ain’t released me yet. Yes my retarded a** signed up. However you want to say it, the army has  been around since 1892.  1. Need for logistics has grown  2. Supplies need transportation over thousands  of miles
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Brief description/U.S. Army Army supply/logistics forms a large integrated  network of moving, acquiring and trading  materials required to accomplish a job   logistics comes from a Greek word  logos  which  means "speech, reason, ratio, rationality, language,  phrase",   Logistics also comes from the Greek word  logistiki  which means accounting and financial organization
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Logistics management  United States Army Logistics Management  College 1. Located at Fort Lee, Virginia  2. Began on 1 July, 1954.  3. 2 July 2009 ALMC became Army Logistics  University $100 million university campus.
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Logistics management Prescribed Load List (PLL) Army Military Occupational Specialty 92A (automated  logistics specialists)  in charge of maintaining a bench stock of supplies  that  are required to keep the mission going.   Work ranges from warehouses, ration distribution  points, or as clerks in maintenance shops.  The duration in which the PLL is to sustain the  mission is 6 months. There is supposed be a 6  month bench stock of supplies. 
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Logistics management The Joint Logistics Analysis Tool (JLAT) Make logistics forecasts for several classes of  supply. Classified – only the need to know people are  involved web-based – everything is done on computers today,  uses a Microsoft Access platform JLAT will allow users to use force information,  operating tempo (OPTEMPO) information, and  logistics planning factors created specifically for  JLAT to forecast logistics sustainment  requirements to the NSN (National Stock 
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Maintenance The Army uses a total of 11 classes to make a  distinction between the different types of  supplies  only a maximum of 3 classes are maintenance 
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